Iran says US has no right to intervene in nuclear deal

Iran believes that the US does not have the right to intervene in the nuclear deal, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said.


Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Washington lifts the sanctions exemptions for a nuclear facility in Fordo in Iran.

“With regard to a number of (nuclear) exceptions to US sanctions, we do not believe that the United States can speak out somehow about the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA) or intervene in this issue, or judge our nuclear obligations”, –  Mousavi said at a briefing.

He also confirmed that Tehran continues to collaborate and collaborate with the IAEA.

On November 6, Iran for the fourth time refused to fulfill its obligations under a nuclear deal and began using centrifuges to enrich uranium at a facility in Fordo, while a nuclear deal suggests that the complex in Natanz will be the only one for such purposes.
For the first time, Tehran gave up a number of nuclear restrictions on the anniversary of the US withdrawing from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program – Washington left the deal on May 8, 2018, Tehran answered exactly one year later what the Iranian authorities called Iran’s “strategic patience”.

The refusal to implement a number of points of the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA) for the Iranian nuclear program in the first stage concerned the stockpiles of enriched uranium and heavy water. Thus, Iran exceeded the ceiling of low enriched uranium reserves of 300 kilograms. Subsequently, authorities in Tehran announced on July 7 the second phase of the reduction of nuclear deal obligations, saying that Iran would enrich uranium at the level that the country needed. Iran has already increased the level of uranium enrichment to 4.5% (the nuclear deal set a limit of 3.67%).

In early September, Iran for the third time refused to fulfill its obligations under a nuclear deal. Then Tehran said it had begun work with a number of centrifuges, without limiting itself in the field of nuclear research and development to the provisions of the JCPOA.

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